Hope Wilkins


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    Coffee Cups
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    You & Other Drugs
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    Fly For Me
Canberra Singer-songwriter Hope Wilkins has emerged with a repertoire of indie pop/folk anthems, captivating the nation with her arresting live performances and confessional lyricism.
Drawing influence from the likes of FLETCHER, Holly Humberstone and Amy Shark, Hope leads listeners on an emotional rollercoaster filled with both big smiles and heartbreak.

Introducing herself through her debut single "Waste" in 2019, Hope started to pick up momentum, securing a spot in the triple j Unearthed music video competition and gaining triple j airtime on Home and Hosed with Declan Byrne. Her jaw-dropping vocal range has garnered huge support from her hometown, as well as the wider community radio scene.

Hope doubled down on her live performance as both a soloist and with her band, landing a series of high-profile support slots with the likes of Greta Stanley, Hollie Col and Hands Like Houses.

Following the release of her debut EP "Coffee Cups" in late 2020, Hope has had a busy past twelve months, selling out a string of live shows, gaining airplay on triple j, as well as receiving a nomination for the Best Live Act in the ACT - National Live Music Awards.

Still buzzing from these wins, Hope recently stowed away on a songwriting retreat alongside fellow Canberra icons Joel Tyrrell (Hands Like Houses), and Lucy Sugerman, where she wrote her upcoming single “Problems”, the first step towards her newly refined sonic identity.


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